Release-3359: Let’s Encrypt Firefox fix

We’ve improved the let’s encrypt implementation. Firefox now accepts the certificates as expected.

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Release-3331: Increased server_names_hash_bucket_size and more

In this release we made a couple of minor changes to our configurations on Hypernode. Increased the server_names_hash_bucket_size to 128 The server_names_hash_bucket_size NGINX config value was increased from 64 to 128 as it was causing issues with longer domain names. For example previously trying to generate an SSL configuration for domains of a certain length […]

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Release-3331: Fix multiple domains in user generated SSL configs and changes to WAF

Yesterday we started rolling out a pre-configured Let’s Encrypt automatic renewal and configuration mechanism based on dehydrated. We noticed a bug in our SSL config generation script that made it impossible to load certificates for more than one domain. This has been fixed now. If you ran in to this problem you can re-run dehydrated […]

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Release-3323: Let’s Encrypt support [BETA]

In this release we started rolling out compatibility with Let’s Encrypt auto-renewal. Previously it was already possible to use Let’s Encrypt certificates on Hypernode by uploading them to the service panel, but the real beauty of Let’s Encrypt is in it’s short lived certificates which can be automatically updated. Requesting a Let’s Encrypt certificate on […]

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Release-3318: patch OpenSSL CVE-2016-6304, notify out of memory killed on SSH login

The last couple of weeks we have been mostly focused on improving our back-end logic for dealing with external API failures and implementing extra tests for our automation. However there were some things we did that might be interesting to hear about for Hypernode users so here is a short summary. OpenSSL CVE-2016-6304 Early last […]

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Release-3294: new magerun commands, prepare for Let’s Encrypt

This release contains an update of the wildly popular Hypernode & Elgentos n98-magerun modules. Import change: all Hypernode commands can now be found in the hypernode:* namespace (see a list here). Also, we have released software to support Let’s Encrypt in an upcoming release shortly.    

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Release-3285: updated Blackfire and GeoIP database, and added GeoIP city

We updated the Blackfire PHP5 probes to the latest versions (agent 1.7.4, PHP probe 1.12.0) We updated the GeoIP* database to the latest version which comes with Ubuntu 16.04 We included the GeoIP city database into NGINX. The city fields are now available in the PHP $_SERVER environment variable. Fixed a problem where backups were […]

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Release-3274: NGINX upgrade for all remaining nodes

Today all Hypernodes starting with N-Z and 0-9 will be upgraded to a newer NGINX version. Additionally we made some changes to our Web Application Firewall (WAF). If you notice something out of the usual or think this new configuration is somehow clashing with your NGINX configuration, please contact us.

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Release-3272: PHP 7 update to version 7.0.10

We’ve deployed the latest PHP 7.0 to all nodes running PHP 7.0. This is PHP 7.0.10, that contains a couple minor security fixes. Please find the changelog here: http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-7.php#7.0.10      

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Release-3270: NGINX upgrade, hypernode-importer can use a jumphost

Today all Hypernodes starting with the letters A-M will be upgraded to a newer NGINX version. Additionally we made some changes to our Web Application Firewall (WAF). If you notice something out of the usual or think this new configuration is somehow clashing with your NGINX configuration, please contact us. Also we upgraded the globally […]

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